DIY Easy Football Treats!

DIY Easy Football Treats!
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Hey guys, it’s Ro! Super Bowl is approaching and I have been
getting so many requests from you guys to make some new Football themed treats. I love making treats to celebrate! And today, we are gonna be making 3 DIY Football
Treats. I’m excited for The Super Bowl this year,
I love watching the game, and I really like the creative commercials, and the half time
show, and I gotta be honest, I also love watching The Puppy Bowl! So me and Cookie will be checking out The
Puppy Bowl, let me know in the comments below if you also like to tune in to The Puppy
Bowl. Huh, I also got Cookie the cutest festive
sweater to wear while we’re watching The Puppy Bowl, come here Cookie! A-doo-doo-doo! Look who it is! I found this cute little football sweater
for Cookie online. It was just too cute! Look at her, she looks just like a little
football! Oh no, oh no! We got a fumble, come here, penalty flag,
no dogs on the counter, penalty flag, penalty flag! Alright without further ado, let’s make
some DIY Football Treats. The first treat that we’re gonna be making
are these Football Field Cookies. The things you will need will be: 3 cups of
all purpose flour, 3/4 cup of almond meal, 2 large eggs, 2 sticks of salted butter which
is 8 ounces, 1-1/2 cups of sugar, 1-1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract, 1/2 a teaspoon of almond
extract, 1/8 a teaspoon of salt, 1/2 a teaspoon of freshly grated nutmeg, 1 teaspoon of baking
powder, and a square cookie cutter, I’m using one that is 2-3/4 inches. Then for decoration we’ll need: Rainbow
nonpareil sprinkles, green royal icing fitted with a number 2 tip, white royal icing fitted
with a number 1 and 2 tip, we’re gonna be using both sizes to decorate. The first thing that we’re gonna do, in
a medium bowl, whisk together our flour, almond meal, baking powder, nutmeg and salt. Whisk together until well combined and set
off to the side. Now, in a large bowl, cream together your
butter and sugar. I’m gonna be using a hand mixer and using a spatula
to scrape down the sides as needed. Once the mixture is light and fluffy, add
your eggs one at a time, mixing between each. Also we are gonna be using the whole egg,
yolk and white. lastly for our wet ingredients we’re gonna
add our vanilla and almond extract, and mix it up! We’ve got our flour mixture and our butter
mixture, now it’s time to combine them. I like to pour 1/2 of my flour mixture into
the butter mixture, mix it up, and then pour the other 1/2 to make it a little bit easier
and less messy. When your dough is ready, take a spatula,
cut it in 1/2, I’m just eyeballing it, ohp! Pfft! Make sure your spatula doesn’t fall apart! Now, shape each side into a disc, and wrap
it up tight in some food safe plastic wrap. Now, pop these in the fridge to chill, I’m
gonna be chilling these for 1 hour, but you can leave them in for 24 hours. Now that our dough has had plenty of time
to chill, it is time for some baking flair! I’m gonna sprinkle a little bit of flour
onto our surface, so that our dough doesn’t stick. You get it!? I was trying to be Flour BAE, OK never mind. Here, we, go! Pretty good! Pfft, pfft, pfft, pfft, pfft! Some of you may recognize this, it’s from
the new kitchen haul video! You’re coming with me! It has some good weight on it, I feel like
this is fitness right here! Getting those baking guns! And roll it out to about 1/4 inch thick. Oh this is nice! So smooth! Were you made for me!? Now, take the square cookie cutter and cut the
shapes into the dough, place it over onto a baking sheet lined with a piece of parchment
paper. I don’t want to crowd my cookies so I’m
only going to be baking 6 on a baking sheet at a time. These cookies are ready to bake, heat your
oven to 350 degrees and bake for about 12-13 minutes. Took the cookies out of the oven, give them
plenty of time to cool, and now it is time for my favorite part, it’s time to decorate! We’ve got our green and white royal
icing, with a bunch of our rainbow sprinkles. Now this is a super bowl! First step, using the green royal icing, we are gonna
pipe a rectangle in the center of our cookie, and that’s gonna be the field. Let the rectangle outline sit for a few minutes
to allow them to set. Then fill in the rectangle on your cookie with
your icing, which is called flooding. Once the green icing has set you want it to
be dry to touch, we’re gonna pipe two white rectangles above and below the green rectangle
using the #2 tip. While the icing is still wet we’re gonna
sprinkle on top our rainbow nonpareils, I like to do this over the bowl because it can be
a little messy. And we’re gonna do this on both sides of
the cookie because it’s supposed to look like the people in the stadium who came to
see the game. Now for the final decorating step we are gonna
be icing some last details with our white royal icing with our #1 tip. I’m gonna be piping a bunch of lines onto
the green to look like yard lines. And the last part is totally optional, but I’m gonna pipe a 50 yard line and a 40 yard line, but you can do whatever you’d like. Da-dew! Here are the adorable Football Field Cookies
that we made! I love how these came out, I’ve gotta say,
this may be one of the cutest cookies that I’ve made this year. I’m sorry crowds of people! Ah! Mmmm-mmmm! The next treat that we’re gonna be making
are these Fudgie Football Brownies. This brownie recipe is from The Nerdy Nummies
Cookbook. The things you will need will be: 1/2 a cup
of vegetable oil, 1/3 a cup of whole milk, 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons of sugar, 1 egg,
1/3 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder, 1/2 a cup of all purpose flour, 1/4 a teaspoon of
baking powder, 1/4 a teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract and, a football shaped
cookie cutter, I’m using one that’s about 3 inches long. Then for decoration you’ll need some white
royal icing, fitted with a number 2 tip. The first thing that we’re gonna do to make our brownies, in a medium sized bowl, we’re gonna whisk together our dry ingredients, our sugar, cocoa
powder, flour, salt and baking powder. Whisk together until it’s well combined. Now for our wet ingredients. We’re gonna add milk, oil, egg and vanilla
to our dry ingredients and mix together once again until well combined. Over here I have greased and lined with a
piece of parchment paper an 8×8 inch pan. Now pour in all of the brownie batter. Mmmmm! Give your pan a little shake to allow it to
spread evenly on the bottom. Brownies are ready to bake, you’re gonna
heat your oven to 350 degrees and bake for about 35-40 minutes. I took the brownies out of the oven and popped
them out of the pan onto a piece of parchment paper, I also flipped them upside down so
that the smooth bottom is on the top. And this is because when we use our little
football cookie cutter to cut out our footballs, it’s less likely to crack the brownie crust
on top, which is one of my favorite things about brownies. That light crust that, ugh, that forms on
the top, and then you’ve got the fudgie on the bottom, agh-agh-agh, yes! Now for the final step, it is time to decorate,
my favorite part! Over here I’ve got some white royal icing
in a piping bag, with a number 2 decorating tip. We’re gonna pipe the football laces on top. I like to start at the ends making little
semi-circles, kind of looks like a smile on each end. Lastly, add some laces in the middle, so cute! Then you’re gonna do this to the rest of
your brownies! Da-dew! Here are all the Fudgie Football Brownies
that we made! I absolutely love this recipe! I love brownies, and this recipe is the perfect
blend for me! It’s got enough fudgie-ness, but it’s
got that light flaky crust on the top that gives it a little crunch! I better taste one, just for me! Mmmm, mmmhmmm, mmmmhmmm, mmmhmmm-mmmhmmm-mmmhmmm,
it’s good! Now for the final treat that we’re making
today, Penalty Flags, with lollipops! The things you will need will be: Your favorite
kind of lollipops, yellow paper napkins, and some yellow ribbon. As I said before, these party favors are super easy
and simple to make, you just have to assemble the pieces and they are very customizable. I’m using the lollipops as the weighted
part of the penalty flag, but you can use any candy that you’d like. You could use Jelly Beans or, huh, you could
even get into it, your favorite team colors, you could do M&Ms, anything that’s a weighted
candy. First step to assemble your penalty flag is
to cut some ribbon. I’m gonna cut a bunch of little pieces about this
big. Every flag will need 1 ribbon, so cut as many
as you need. Now, take your yellow napkin and completely
unfold it. Pick up a lollipop, place it in the center,
and we’re just gonna wrap the sides around. Then take a piece of ribbon, wrap it around
and tie a knot. Then you can either leave the ribbon or cut
off the excess, whatever you’d like. And there you have it, our first penalty flag,
they look just like the ones the refs use! Da-dew! Here are the the Lollipop Penalty Flags that
we made, I love this idea for a party favor, especially a last minute party favor,
if you’re in a hurry and you’re going to a Super Bowl party. Because, if you’re hanging out and there’s
like party fouls, you can just throw these around. For example… Walking in front of the TV during the half
time show!? Party Foul, Penalty Flag! Accidentally muting the TV during the commercials!? Party Foul, Penalty Flag! Changing the channel too soon from the Puppy
Bowl!? Party Foul, Penalty Flag! You guys get the idea, these things can be
super fun and super silly! Ta-da! Here are the DIY Football Treats that we made
today, in celebration of upcoming Super Bowl. We made, Football Field Cookies, Fudgie Football
Brownies, and Lollipop Penalty Flag Party favors. I hope you guys enjoyed this video, the recipes
and the ideas. I’ll be posting lots of pictures and the
recipes on RosannaPansino.com, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, so you can check them out there. And if you guys make these, please take a
picture and send it to me, I love seeing your baking creations! It just makes my day, it makes me happy. And I hope you have a happy Super Bowl! Alright, bye-bye! And if you’d like to see any other DIY Football
Treats, you can click here, or here! Mmm-mmm-mmm, mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm-mmmcmmm! Da-dee-dee-dee-dee-dee-dee! My dancing, everyone’s gonna be like: Party
Foul! Penalty Flag!

100 thoughts on “DIY Easy Football Treats!

  1. How do she stay so skinny she makes so many yummy treats how does she not eat them all lol heh ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿคค๐Ÿ˜‚

  2. Rosanna can you make a cake cookie By making it thicker and then it will puff up hopefully and decorate it like a cake plz! Like if you agree.

  3. I have so much hurting in my body i watched your videos and it made me so happy and everything that is hurting disappeared

  4. CAN U PLEASE DO STANLEY CUP HOCKEY TREATS !!! Preferably PITTSBURGH PENGUINS!!!! PLEASE LIKE IF U WANT THIS

  5. I watch the Puppy Bowl but I LOVE the Super Bowl. Lol Iโ€™m only 15 but Iโ€™m one of the most competitive in my family

  6. Hi Ro, I have a question for you. My mom is allergic to almonds and coconut so is there a flour that I can substitute for those?

  7. Is anyone else totally noticing how much ro looks like her sister and does anyone else totally L๐Ÿ’–VE RO ๐Ÿ˜Š

  8. Hey Rose I love your hair ๐Ÿ˜
    But girl I have a tip when bakeing you should put your hair back so it doesn't get in the food ๐Ÿ˜‚โค๏ธ

  9. I made the football field cookies with my boyfriend, who is a hardcore football fan, and he insisted he HAD to put 11 lines on each cookie he did. He had the straightest lines and crammed them all on, but the cookies turned out great.

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